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a faulty thermometer registers 102.5 degree at 100 degree Celsius .if the thermometer has no zero error what will it register at 500 degree Celsius.

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  1. the zero is accurate and it reads 2.5º high for every hundred degrees

    500 + (5 * 2.5)

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